Motorsport in Zimbabwe?, Two brothers build their own car brand - Top motoring stories of the day

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Tunisian brothers Omar and Zied Guiga, started their very own car brand back in 2006 producing millions of units per year - all of which is done by hand.

Zimbabwe might not be the most stable country at the moment but its motorsport culture is very much healthy. Reynard Gelderblom shares why South Africa could learn from them.

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